During the MVP Summit, Soumow invites female MVPs to share their career successes and interesting stories.
In this episode, you get to know more about Penelope Coventry, Roohi Shaikh and Kerstin Rachfahl.
They talk about their activities for the MVP program, the women in Tech ratio in their countries and they end with advices for success.
More about Penelope Coventry:
Penny Coventry is an independent consultant who focuses on the design, implementation, and development of SharePoint Technology-based solutions. Penny lives in Hinckley, Leicestershire with her husband, Peter and dog, Poppy.
More about Roohi Shaikh:
Roohi is one of the founders and Principal at Inogic, a Microsoft Silver Certified CRM Partner engaging in providing services and products for Dynamics CRM Platform. Roohi is based in Mumbai - India and has an industry experience of more than 10yrs. She started out as a developer in Dynamics NAV and later moved on to start up Inogic with a specialization in Dynamics CRM since the early CRM 3.0 days. Roohi is an MCP, Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist - Dynamics and an MVP for Dynamics CRM.
More about Kerstin Rachfahl:
Kerstin have studied on an International Business School and worked the first five years as an Controller in KMUs. Than she started her own Business with her husband Carsten Rachfahl (he is MVP for Virtual Machine) as an IT Systemhaus. First they worked with Unix and Novell , later with Microsoft Technology. She have been a fan from Cloud computing right from the beginning. Her focus is not the technology, instead She wants to show people how they can work with the cloud. And this means to know all the things people have problem with and what their needs are.
GALs is a show about the women who work in Tech (at Microsoft or outside) from three ladies that currently work on the Channel 9 team. Golnaz Alibeigi, Soumow Atitallah, and Kaitlin McKinnon have started a new series featuring women in Tech who work in development, management, marketing and research who have interesting stories to share about their success in the industry and ideas on how to grow diversity in IT.